Originally posted by MagicWand67
They really seem like a bunch of hypocrites. Blinded by their emotions and looking for a scapegoat to vent their frustrations, which are based on
fear, and the false perception that more gun control would solve the problem of angry or psychotic people from carrying out their acts of violence
against innocent civilians.
You know what I find more hypocritical?
You say that those wanting gun control are driven by fear and are hypocrites, but the pro-gun lobby uses fear to push their agenda. You support the
holding of guns because you are terrified that someone will break in and kill you, or you're delusional enough to think that you'll be able to
overpower the US military in a revolution - guns against hundreds of thousands of armed and trained marines, fighter jets, drones and intel...
Do you know the meaning of the word "scapegoat"?
A scapegoat is someone falsely accused of a crime, in these instance we KNOW who committed the crime, a crazy person or people with massively powerful
weapons able to be legally purchased. This is not a scapegoat, this is fact.
The pro-gun lobby is at a watershed moment.
In my mind it comes down to two types of people.
There are those who will resolutely defend their right to own a gun that they will never have a genuine use for, and no number of dead children will
persuade them that they are being sickeningly selfish.
And then there are those who know that if the guns are not in the hands of killers, they cannot be used to kill.
It's a simple as that. Americans need to make up their minds and decide which side they are on. I find it completely disgusting that any Human can
justify owning a weapon after this. If someone can see this happen to little children, and STILL be preaching BS about an outdated piece of paper and
their "rights" to be able to own a piece of metal, there is something psychologically wrong with them.
I'm gonna tell it like it is, and I don't care if this upsets any gun-totin' Republicans on here... if I was an American with kids right now, I
would be seriously thinking about the people in my life. This is such an emotive event, that if anyone I knew was pro gun, I would be keeping my
family away from them. Not because I would be scared for the safety of my children, but because I would not feel confident that they are mentally
I do not understand how a Human can see this happen, and still stamp their feet and cry like little biaches about their precious right to own a scrap
of metal. The priorities of that kind of Human would have me questioning their morality, their Humanity and the safety of those around them.